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China Pearls

  • Michael Nutt Mainstage Camano Ave Langley, WA, 98260 United States (map)

The NWLA Cultural Center invites you to experience the ancient traditions and contemporary arts of China in  “China Pearls” , the latest installment of their popular Language of Food Series.

The event will feature exquisitely selected “pearls” of Chinese performing arts, including appearances by composer Austin Huang with members of the Saratoga Orchestra, soloist Chrystal Yu Hai Yang, the Chinese Ensemble of Songs and Dance, the Melody Xie Institute, Northwest Wushu Taichi, Wudang Martial Arts and more! The show will open with students of the NWLA Chinese Camp students and dancers from Whidbey Island Dance Theater.  
Prior to the show, guests can enjoy a  Dim Sum style buffet in Zech Hall, featuring a variety of Chinese small-plate offerings and delicious drinks, beginning at 5:30pm.

Tickets for dinner and performance are $70.00, or $35.00 for the performance alone.  
The “China Pearls” cooking class will be held from 2:00pm to 5:00pm on the 28th at the NWLA Cultural Center. Space is limited, pre-registration required. Tuition for the class is $35.00 dollars.
Lodging for the event is available at the Cultural Center’s comfortable Guesthouse, which features in-room fireplaces and Jacuzzi baths on three acres of landscaped grounds just minutes from downtown Langley.  Package pricing may be arranged for lodging and the “China Pearls” event; please inquire. 


Click Here for Online Purchases
Via Phone: Please Call the Box Office at 
800.638.7631 or 360.221.8268
In Person: Visit the Box Office at 
565 Camano Ave, Langley, WA 98260

**Online Tickets Purchases are available until 12-Noon the day of the show.**

Wednesday through Saturday
1pm - 6pm
and 2 hours before every show

Or questions regarding your ticket order please call or visit the WICA Box Office.

NWLA is a not for profit organization that fosters intercultural understanding.  Through the study of languages and cultural enrichment, we are preserving and honoring diversity while building bridges of understanding and appreciation between people of different cultures.

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